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Hillary Clinton coasted to a win in South Carolina today, beating Bernie Sanders by 50 points as a record-breaking number of black voters came out to support her.
Clinton was up by nearly 30 points in the polls and a victory for her in the Palmetto State was a near certainty coming into primary day.
With 100 percent of the ballots counted tonight, she had a 73.5 percent share of the vote to Sanders' 26 percent.
The former secretary of state’s lead over Sanders was so large that the race was called for her within minutes of polls closing.
'Tomorrow this campaign goes national!' Clinton exclaimed at a victory rally at the University of South Carolina in Columbia.
Full story http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3467131/Sanders-ditches-South-Carolina-Super-Tuesday-states-primary-day-polls-blowout-Hillary.html
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